Job: The Faith to Challenge God
Just as there was no man on earth like Job, there is no book on earth like the book of Job. In this new commentary, biblical scholar Michael Brown brings Job to life for the twenty-first-century reader, exploring the raw...
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Just as there was no man on earth like Job, there is no book on earth like the book of Job. In this new commentary, biblical scholar Michael Brown brings Job to life for the twenty-first-century reader, exploring the raw spirituality of Job, his extraordinary faith, his friends? theological errors, the mysteries of God's speeches, and the unique answers to the problem of suffering offered in the book of Job. Undergirded by solid Hebrew scholarship but written with clarity for all serious students of Scripture, the commentary provides an important introduction to the study of Job, a new translation, a series of theological reflections, and additional exegetical essays providing in-depth discussion of key passages.
Dr Michael L. Brown holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Literatures from New York University and has served as a visiting or adjunct professor at seven top seminaries. The author of more than twenty-five books, Brown also leads a ministry school that specializes in world missions and has preached and taught across America and around the world. He hosts the Line of Fire radio program, two hours daily and syndicated on several networks, as well as an apologetics TV program that airs on NRBTV. Michael has appeared often on secular and Christian media (including Piers Morgan, Tyra Banks, Phil Donahue, 700 Club, and Daystar) and has conducted debates or outreach lectures on major campuses, including Oxford University, the Hebrew University (Jerusalem), Ohio State University, Yale, and USC. Michael and his wife, Nancy, have two children and four grandchildren. They live near Charlotte, NC.
- <p>just As There Was No Man On Earth Like Job, There Is No Book On Earth Like The Book Of Job. In This New Commentary, Biblical Scholar Michael Brown Brings Job To Life For The Twenty-first-century Reader, Exploring The Raw Spirituality Of Job, His Extraordinary Faith, His Friends? Theological Errors, The Mysteries Of God's Speeches, And The Unique Answers To The Problem Of Suffering Offered In The Book Of Job. Undergirded By Solid Hebrew Scholarship But Written With Clarity For All Serious Students Of Scripture, The Commentary Provides An Important Introduction To The Study Of Job, A New Translation, A Series Of Theological Reflections, And Additional Exegetical Essays Providing In-depth Discussion Of Key Passages.</p>